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Compliance Manager, Sr

Date: Nov 25, 2021

Location: Fairfax, VA, US, 22030 Richmond, VA, US, 23226 Durham, NC, US, 27707 Raleigh, NC, US, 27609 Washington, DC, US, 20036 Vienna, VA, US, 22182 Tysons, VA, US, 22102 Vienna, VA, US, 22180 Morgantown, WV, US, 26505 Virginia Beach, VA, US, 23452 Raleigh, NC, US, 27612 Myrtle Beach, SC, US, 29577 Winston-Salem, NC, US, 27101 Charleston, SC, US, 29407 Charlotte, NC, US, 28277

Company: United Bank

Job Description

The Compliance Manager Sr. is responsible for United’s Corporate Compliance management program at subsidiary mortgage company GMM, keeping current with all lending regulatory and compliance reporting requirements and communicating that information to the business.  This position may manage compliance oversight of other business areas as assigned.  



•Keep current with lending regulatory requirements and assist with communicating the information to George Mason Mortgage (“GMM”) and other business areas as assigned.
•Oversight of the lending regulations, as well as policies and procedures, related to the following regulations:  Regulation B, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act;  Regulation C, the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act; Regulation H, Flood Insurance and Appraisals; Regulation M, Leasing Provision of the Truth-in-Lending Act;  Regulation U, Buying and Carrying Margin Stocks; Regulation V, Provisions of the Fair Credit Reporting Act; Regulation X, the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act;  Regulation Z , the Truth-in-Lending Act; Regulation FF, the FACT Act and use of Medical Information; Comprehensive Environment Response, Compensation and Liability Act; Fair Credit Reporting Act/Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act; Fair Debt Collection Practices Act; Fair Housing Act; Flood Disaster Protection Act; Home Ownership and Equity Protection Act; Homeowners Protection Act; Housing and Economic Recovery Act; John Warner National Defense Authorization Act; Service Member’s Civil Relief Act; The SAFE Act.   
•Oversee and manage completion of annual compliance risk assessments associated with subsidiary mortgage company(s).
•Act as the main contact for assisting with lending and state code questions as well as conducting research on lending compliance issues.
•Organize and conduct compliance related training for subsidiary mortgage company(s) as well as other areas as directed.
•Manage enhancements and refinement of compliance testing and monitoring program and processes at subsidiary mortgage company(s) and participate in enterprise-wide efforts to enhance and align testing and monitoring program (e.g. issue rating, issue management, issue reporting, integration of results into risk assessments).    
•Direct compliance testing and monitoring efforts at subsidiary mortgage company(s).  Manage any outsourced compliance testing and monitoring efforts for subsidiary mortgage company(s).
•Participate in the development of new products and policy and procedures to ensure compliance with regulatory changes.
•Direct the submission of HMDA Loan Application Register (LAR) at subsidiary mortgage company(s).
•Lead efforts, under CCO direction, to align and coordinate compliance management oversight for all mortgage business channels (e.g. SAFE Act, Loan Compensation)  
•Direct other Enterprise Compliance Program efforts as directed by the CCO
•Responsible for managing assigned staff to include hiring, the staff’s personal training, planning and coordination of work, coaching, professional development, performance management, disciplinary actions, and all other management responsibilities.


•High school diploma or equivalent required; Bachelor’s degree in business or law-related field highly desired, or equivalent education and training 
•Minimum of eight (8) years of compliance/regulatory financial institution experience required, with a minimum of (5) years of experience working in a mortgage compliance, required
•Minimum of five (5) years of direct compliance experience with focus in Mortgage, HMDA, Fair Lending and/or CRA required 
•Minimum of five (5) years of previous managerial experience required
•Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager (CRCM), or other specialized compliance education/professional designation or ability to achieve within one (1) year in the position, is highly desired.  
•Operational and regulatory knowledge of financial institutions (e.g. banks, mortgage or lending companies) required.
•Experience working with HMDA and CRA related software (i.e. RiskExec, CRA Wiz, Fair Lending Wiz, others) required
•Excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills, and the ability to communicate and interact with all levels of management required
•Ability to demonstrate and be recognized as having strong compliance knowledge and leadership skills required
•Ability to manage implementation of complex regulatory requirements over multi-faceted disciplines required 
•Independent thinker with strong analytical skills and the ability to make decisions required 
•Ability to work independently and as part of a team required
•Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office products required
•Ability to travel, occasionally overnight travel required 



•Organizational and Regulatory Compliance focused
•Problem Solving and Resolution Focused
•Communication proficiency 
•Interpersonal skills
•Sound Judgement
•Decision Making Accountability


Essential Functions:

•Sitting for extended periods of time.
•Sufficient dexterity of hands and fingers to efficiently operate a computer keyboard, mouse and other computer components.
•Ability to converse and exchange information with all levels of staff within organization.
•Ability to observe, perceive, identify, and translate data
•Ability to travel via air, rail, automobile and/or bus.

Company Profile

At United, we value all of the relationships we have built since 1839. We are committed to providing each relationship with an unmatched level of service. While we offer competitive products, services, rates, and technology, the level of service we provide and our commitment to building relationships is what sets us apart from our competitors. Our 211 full-service banking offices and 15 loan origination offices in West Virginia, Maryland, Virginia, Ohio, Georgia, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, South Carolina and Washington, D.C. are each built on customer service and commitment to the community. United is backed by a history of safe, sound and secure banking practices that have allowed us to navigate through decades of changing economic environments. Because of this, our employees, customers, shareholders and communities can rely on us to be their banking partner for decades to come. Member FDIC. Equal Housing Lender. Equal Opportunity Employer.

Nearest Major Market: Washington DC

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